KnB has been integral to my success in the HSC. Their dedication to ensure that I achieve my full potential is one of the key reasons I got admitted into medicine at UNSW. I am very thankful to the tutors at KnB and fortunate that I attended their classes during the HSC period.
I am now studying dentistry. KNB is so much more than a "coaching school". Its place where you get to learn with teachers that genuinely care about you as well as your knowledge about the subject. I have left KNB, grateful for their care and support and with many fond memories.
The time I have spent at your tutoring college has allowed me to learn in a relaxed way while maintaining the efficient use of time. All the teachers are extremely funny and approachable and makes it a positive learning experience as it is not daunting to ask them questions. Notes, practice exams and funky diagrams obtained from my science class times helped me in my learning of the chemistry modules. I was able to clarify misunderstandings about certain things regarding equations and theories with my tutor, Joe, and it helped alleviate a lot of oncoming issues. Overall, it was a very enjoyable experience and I’m glad I chose K&B.
Many thanks to the teachers at K&B. They have been most kind and helpful without whom I would not been able to achieve a most unexpected favourable ATAR! Thank KnB for doing so much to make my Y12 life so enjoyable.
Throughout the past 3 years at K&B College, I had been guided by tutors with exceptional knowledge and experience that assisted me in achieving all my academic goals. K&B College provided me with not only a healthy study environment, but also invaluable resources. These were definitely instrumental in helping me attain top band results consistently across all subjects. Thank you!
The hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica is starting to heal, say researchers in Australia. The team is the first to detect a recovery in baseline average springtime ozone levels in the region, 22 years after the Montreal Protocol to ban chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and related ozone-destroying chemicals came into force. (Nature news)
For the full story go to http://www.nature.com/news/2011/110516/full/news.2011.293.html
"Thank you so much for teaching James so well. More importantly, your friendship with James played a crucial role in James' achieving an ATAR of 99.95. To him, you are not just a chemistry teacher; you are more like a mentor who guides him to the correct path. Without your help, James would not be who he is today, not just academically but as a person." - from Diana (James mother)